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FOX Business
Dec 29, 2013 9:00pm EST
. if you wake up we will see you tomorrow. john: it is the season of giving. so where should you give? should you give this man money? what about thisan? >> thank you. john: actually, that's me. n't give money to beggars like me. governments must spend more. >> medicare, medicaid, social security. john: this government really helps the poor. >> everybody in cleveland. >> by any measurement this is nott working. john: i am glad mor people figure that out. >> commerce, entrepreneurial capitalism takes more people out of poverty. john: even some in the mainstre media. >> if you're waiting for the government you'rgoing to ben for an awful long way. john: if they get it may be seen more people will realize there are better ways to give. real charity. that is our show tonight. ♪ >> and now. ♪ john: what is real charity? people are in trouble after a disaster or simply when people are poor. americans inead is to think amount and government help. after all, who will help those people is not governmt? libertarians argue that private charity would step in. individuals really choosing to hel
FOX Business
Jan 5, 2014 9:00pm EST
more effective. >> i am not a doctor but i play one on tv. our show. tonight. john: llywood is undergoing mission creep not just to entertain us but fix the world. an actor can use his name, y not? it needs and fixing but the world office is more important. actors do public-service commercials. yasser arafat after he died richard gere did that get out the vote video tha ray and in the west bank or palestine. >> i am richard gere and i speak for the entire wrld. john: the entire world? that seems pretty arrogant. he is a popular actor but at gives him the right to speak for the entire world? because they are portrayed as godlike. >> for centuries people have nowhere to turn, and tall he arrived to. >> as long as tere were people crying for help there were those that would never rest. hercules. john: he is here actually it is the actor kevin sorbo who played "hercules" and pushes back against those in hollywood to say they know how to fix the world. do you have a problem with richard gere saying i speak for the entire world? >> he speaks for his own cause them that happens qui
FOX Business
Jan 2, 2014 9:00pm EST
. ♪ >> the core constituency. >> to be of service to our president. the. john: celebrities are eager to promote their candidate. >> it is mind-boggling to me. the things that come out of people's mouths. >> some celebrities say socialism as part of this. in light of those same celebrities, whether they do for money? are they hypocrites? why hasn't someone confronting them? tonight we tried. >> is a horrible that they are glamorizing this to . >> i speak for the entire world. >> what makes these people experts? >> another i'm not a doctor, but i play one on tv. >> that is our show tonight. sonoma code. ♪ sonoma code. ♪john: hollywood is undergoing n interesting thing. many want to fix the world. an actor can use his name, why not? it needs and fixing but the world office is more important. actors do public-service commercials. yasser arafat after he died richard gere did that get out the vote video that ray and in the west bank or palestine. >> i am ricrd gere and i speak for the entire world. john: the entire world? at seems prettyarrogant. he is a popular actor but what gives him the right
FOX Business
Jan 1, 2014 12:00pm EST
everything we can to keep a safe. much? to make the area has been be >> tonight. john: "the police state"? america is not a police ste the we're pretty free. for the most part but we didn't learn that they grabbed records of phone calls and the males and a and who we talked to the and when i am not that upset i figure might political enemies already spy on me but is duse's slippery slope leading to terrible things. but there was already things that my government does that upset me more. radley balko writes about them in his new book radley balko one dash "rise of the warrior cop." what do you mean? >> call on r&d and undressed and trade like soldiers and military tactics. john: and the equipment tanks, helicopters, . >> guns, and for a long time they were reserved for each emergency situations like the escaped fugitive for the active and schuster or hostage-taking situation. john: you want to go there with power. >> lives are at stake at a think anybody is opposed to using a s.w.a.t. team but they're overwhelmingly use today in a way that creates violence with confrontation were there wa
FOX Business
Jan 3, 2014 12:00am EST
by eating more effective >> i am not a doctor but i play one on tv. our show. tonight. john: hollywood is undergoing mission creep not just to entertain us but fix the world. an actor can use his name, why not? it needs and fixing but the world office is more important. actors do public-service commercials. yasser arafat after he died richard gere did that get t the vote video that ray and in the west bank or palestine. >> i am richard gere and i speak for the entire world. john: the entire world? that seems pretty arrogant. he is a popular actor but what gives him the right to speak for the entire world? because they are portrayed as godlike. >> for centuries people have nowhere to turn, and tall he arrived to. >> as long as there were people crying for help there were those that would never rest. hercules. john: he is here actually it is the actor kevin sorbo who played "hercules" and pushes back againsthose in hollywood to say they know how to fix the world. do you have a problem with richard gere saying i speak for the entire world? >> he speaks for his own cause them that happens
FOX News
Dec 29, 2013 10:00pm PST
the ready? next. john: in liberty, limited government works and brings out the best in people but people don't get that. how do we convince them? matt tries and they run facebook posts like this one alerting people to the fact that congress passes bills without reading them been exempt their own staffers that was seen by almost 2 million people that is not unusual for a freedom works post. jury leave -- julie post you to videos viewed by hundreds of thousands. why did you start? >> because i care about freedom and liberty. john: why do you care? >> i want to do what i want to do as long as i do harm another person and i found out through google's. >> you were a conservative. >> neo-conservative by m embarrassed about that. john: through the internet you read about libertarianism and i want to help spread the movement? >> so many are politically apathetic there are so many conservative people talk about big government, the war, and morality have in taxes and spending i want young people to know that i am a libertarian. john: and use that i can do that? >> i started a channel in my bedroom by
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2014 7:00pm EST
's. ♪ >> abigail would grow to be the equal of john adams as confidante and dearest friend. >>she has really revealed herself as, yes, an 18th-century woman, but her concerns sound very modern to us today. >> john and abigail adams have become so prominent in the minds of americans because of this collection of papers. >> the story of abigail adams and the revolutionary war is the story of sacrifice, of commitment to country. abigail rose to the occasion. >> abigail was adamantly opposed to slavery. >> she was quite a behind-the- scenes dynamo. she warned her husband, you cannot rule without including what women want and what women have to contribute. >> the backdrop to the occupancy of the white house is one of political defeat and personal tragedy. >> she is worried about her husband and defends him against slander. she is concerned about her children, their upbringing, their education. >> she could hold her own with anybody in her own time and since. she was in every way her husband's equal. >> born in 1744, abigail smith married john adams at age 19. over 54 years of marriage, they had f
FOX Business
Jan 1, 2014 9:00am EST
for war. and increase regulation john: we had to free our minds to get these concepts. but on to tonight's topic. is the united states about to fall as rome did? it is a barbarian city. is thi our future? first we hear from a conservative, a historian, and a libertarian. we have some libertarians leadin this historian, carl richard, and matt kibbe fights the government. matt, are we becoming rome? >> i think that we are. i think that the parallels are quite ominous. the expansion of foreign policy, the arrogance of executive power taking over our country. but i do think we have a chance to stop it. i believe that their similarities with the fall of rome and the republic they are in engagement of political leaders and so on. i see some of that. john: corruption, etc.? >> it is sort of under the table corruption. but it doesn't bother me a much as the over things. for instance, the roman constitution had a to permit limited to one year and people just kept voting for this unconstitutional leader. john: now we have congress passing laws that haven't read. >> that's right, we had presidents
PBS
Jan 3, 2014 7:30pm PST
compromise or is it back to politics as usual in a midterm election year? i'm john harwood in for gwen ifill. we'll explore those questions tonight on "washington week." more than anyone else in washington, the president hopes the new year will be better than the lousy old one. >> i firmly believe that 2014 can be a breakthrough year for america. >> there's some optimism in congress too. >> i think the pendulum is starting to swing back towards the center. john: one early test will be whether congress can raise the debt ceiling without a congress. >> i doubt if the house or for that matter the senate is willing to give the president a clean debt ceiling increase. >> the debt ceiling is raised simply to pay bills that we have already accrued. the responsibility of congress is part of doing their job. john: lawmakers from both participants face the ballot in november. >> the president won't be on the ballot but his allies will be. john: republicans square off against each other. >> we all know if we took on the washington establishment, the establishment would fight back and it's going to take
CBS
Jan 1, 2014 7:00am PST
quote michelle miller looks at untold story of her father's bravery the day john f. kennedy was shot. >> we begin by a look at your world in 90 seconds. celebrations around the globe as the world welcomed 2014. >> americans from coast to coast welcoming the new year. >> what a new year. >> i want to have what he's having. >> barbara bush is hospitalized in houston treated for a respiratory ailment. >> coverage mandated by the affordable care act takes effect today. >> a birth control mandated is blocked in the health care law. >> residents have returned home after the derailment and fire. >> thursday into friday heavy snow in new england. >> what is it like today? >> it's cold. >> the research ship is stuck in ice. the weather still isn't good enough. >> all that. >> he's an underwear model that
Comedy Central
Jan 6, 2014 9:00am PST
cheeks? for more we're joined by the senior royal correspondent john oliver. john, thank you. >> thank you very much. >> jon: this soon amazing situation but is there really a story here? >> are you seriously asking me that. >> jon: i'm asking that question. >> that's not just a story there's a traf industry here -- travesty here. why is the sex? good luck selling a collectible plate with those things on there. >> jon: i thought that went? >> that bit, why? >> jon: i thought it was funny. did you think us discussing this was that we got laughs. >> yeah, a few, not bad. >> jon: do you think it's weird that we worked on this will all day -- [laughter] -- this bit we did here. i don't know if you know this like john oliver how long have you been here? >> seven and a half years. >> jon: seven and a half years but john, we know this, you are a tremendously talented individual. you know we know you are talented. john -- john got his own show on hbo which is long overdue and we're excited for him but this is unfortunately his last night with us. [audience awwwws] i went through a charade of w
CSPAN
Jan 2, 2014 12:00am EST
're watching booktv on c-span2. >> next on booktv, john shaw accounts john kennedy's time in the u.s. senate. he was the junior senator from massachusetts. serving from 1953 until 1960, where he engaged in the debates of the day on during his presidency. this is about an hour and 15 minutes. [applause] >> it is so great to be around this table once again today. because we have had some wonderful breakfast with the ambassadors from all over the world. i think that in due course we will have a chance to visit with all in the conversations go beyond breakfasts and they continue on until everything going on in the world better interacts. congress, the administration, those in washington and those in leadership. i am excited about this idea, and of course, my friend john shaw has inspired me to have a new chapter in my life after the senate and continuing to think about the rest of the world and ways in which those that offer service might be more effective. and also more humane. the latest at the outset that this is an exciting day to talk about a new book about john f. kennedy. and his pathway
SFGTV
Dec 31, 2013 1:30pm PST
, i cannot stop and acknowledge our new cto manager and mike mccarthy, joseph john who is in the department of technology safety group with mike denning, bruce, john daring and the technology people, matt, and brian roberts and so many more. it's time to enjoy this great wifi on market street and now we can relax a little bit guys, you've done it. please join me now. mayor, i would like you to activate the power on wifi market street. >> i know what you are all thinking. so we are going to put this back at candlestick park once the lights go out on monday just as soon as we do this. [ laughter ] 5, 4, 3, 2 , 1. [ applause ] >> it's on now. >> >> >> >> >>> thanks for joining us on this beautiful december day to mark this ground breaking of the exciting new edition of the san francisco landscape. my name is mike sanford. i work for the reality corporation. it's my pleasure to be your mc today. on behalf of reality and all of our partners and this development project. welcome. i was talking to my daughter this morning, she's 4 years old and she says to me like most days,
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2014 12:00pm EST
. the 13 colonies. >> even john jay had a couple slaves as he was president of the manumission society. >> how many people are doing something bad but they are not doing anything to end? i just had to respond to that, the ripple of laughter. >> but even the slave owners, as you well know, all obscenely and just it was, the smart ones, thomas jefferson said that an avenging god would take action and show that the world is not governed by blind chance. in a passage that you are writing, another great book about lincoln right now, just told me you were writing about the second inaugural, just as lincoln read the 5 jefferson in the gettysburg address talking about all men were created equal, so he revivified him. >> host: jefferson didn't often speak about avenging god or god at all. >> guest: that issue, if there were a god this is something he would be concerned about. that is for sure. now comes to be george iii comes to the throne, this 22-year-old more net who has succeeded his grandfather george ii for 30 yard years and starts messing with the colonies, nobody had messed with america
CSPAN
Dec 31, 2013 12:15pm EST
:30. >> former secret service agent clint hill who was present during the assassination of president john f. kennedy on november 22, 1963, recounts that day and his actions to protect the president and first lady. this is about an hour and five minutes. >> good evening, everybody. thanks so much for joining us tonight. we're thrilled you came out on this chilly night. my name's lisa, and i have the great honor and pleasure and privilege of working with mr. clint hill on this book. it's our second project together. last year we did mrs. kennedy and me. and it was largely because of the overwhelming response we got to that book that we decided to do another one at the urging of our brilliant editor, mitchell ivers, who's here today from simon & schuster. and this was really kind of his idea, to put together this story of those five days in november from clint's viewpoint which is so personal. and he tells the story like no one else can. and so we're going to share with you tonight, um, a taste of the book and, hopefully, bring it to life for you like you've never seen before. so, clint, you s
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2014 4:15am EST
the great opportunity to be paired with brenda. and my "bunker hill" begins and ends with john quincy adams, it begins with him at 7 years old, standing on a hill with his mother then in her early 30s on june 17, 1775 watching the battle of bunker hill from a hill about 12 miles away, and later in his life he would record in his journal it was an experience -- an unforgettable experience. both of them were weeping as they watched the british navy unleash cannon ball on the patriots gathered on bunker hill. what hit him the most was learning a few dais later that their family doctor, dr. joseph warren, had been killed at the battle of "bunker hill" during the last british charge. it was devastating for john quincy, whose father was not spending more and more time away. he was then at the second continental congress 300 miles away in philadelphia, and it was the death of joseph warren that he -- that moved him so deeply for the rest of his life, he would refrain from attending celebrations the battle of bunker hill in charleston. and so my book begins with that, and joseph warren is a major c
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2014 5:45am EST
and my friend, john shaw has done an inspired me to have a new chapter in my life after the senate the continuing to think about the rest of the world, think about ways in which those who withdraw for service might be more effective and more humane. let me just say at the outset that this is an exciting day to talk about a new book above john f. kennedy, the pathway to the presidency. it is an exciting book. when i first read i wrote back to him. he may recall this very short letter. john, i wish that i have had this book before i tried to run for president in 1995. it really has been most destructive, and some of the things i learned from the buck in retrospect, although i do not intend to run again for presidency. i want to reassure you well that you really have to want to do it full time. as this book will illustrate, from the time that john kennedy entered his second term in the senate life he was ready to go for four years. and so therefore everything was aligned in that respect. i remember bob dole running. he was running in the year that i was trying in '95 and '96 and was s
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2014 5:00pm EST
. i like to talk to people, so i made a list of a hundred people i wanted to ask about john kennedy and picked up the phone and started calling. over the next two and a half years, i talked to a hundred people -- not the original hundred from the list, but many of them. the first two i tried and tried and tried to get but couldn't. those were fidel castro and bill clinton. i even talked to che get very rah's widow and tried to get to fidel and still got turned down. the third person on the list was helen thomas. she wound up writing the forward. she passed away in july. in fact, she's one of ten people in my book who have passed away since i've interviewed them. i want to show you a brief slide show of some of the about 90 people who are in the book and some of their reflections on john kennedy. afterward, i'll come back for a few minutes, and then scott will come up and speak. >> and i suppose i am a -- [inaudible] in that 24 hours for the first couple of days. i would think that i, you know, became more realistic as a journalist and saw the larger screen probably and the consequen
SFGTV
Dec 30, 2013 1:00pm PST
development and you will happy hear from our company leader. john kilroy. i think you will understand that we are a huge believer of san francisco. we have demonstrated that faith in local management, resources and development. it has taken a big teamworking together very closely to bring us to today's ground breaking. that is a lot of people and we are glad to see to many people with us today. it's my pleasure to introduce one of the city's biggest visionaries and supporters. the mayor learned from the very beginning what a very exciting opportunity this has been and he's supported us every way through this development. i know my daughter will understand 1 day how special it is to have him here. please welcome honorable mayor lee. >> mike, thanks very much. congratulations to you and certainly to john and what a wonderful design concept you have here for sure. i'm really excited to see this go up. first of all, happy holidays! it's always great to be with john kilroy because he's been a great partner in our economic recovery for the city. i can't think of another developer who has been so di
CSPAN
Dec 31, 2013 7:00pm EST
and the other great cut i made was i left out john adams who had two houses you can visit because he has written about so many times that i figured nobody would need to write about him. i wrote about william livingston who was a signer of the constitution and important because he ran a magazine here in new york in the 17 50's that was -- you know john adams who are i left out of my book, said the american revolution, the real american revolution happened 15 or 20 years before the shots rang out at the lexington concorde. >> civilians remarked. >> well yeah that's true and intellectuals because he said it happened in the hearts and minds of america. if you want to see how they change their affections and their ideas, just look at the literature, the pamphlets or the sermons even of the last 50 years or so. it didn't go far enough back. because the place it started was with william livingston's magazine in new york called the independent reflector. he wanted to model it on addison steele spec tater. >> is this a weekly or monthly? >> it's a weekly which he mostly wrote with the help of a couple of
CSPAN
Jan 6, 2014 7:50am EST
at booktv.org. >> now on your screen is a cover of the new book by john shaw. "jfk in the senate." first of all, mr. shaw, with the 50th anniversary of the kennedy assassination, was it a benefit to publish your book at this time or did it hurt? >> i think it was a mixed blessing but on the one hand the book, there's a tidal wave of interest that came out on the 50th anniversary. and yet because of that there is this avalanche of books, many of which deal with the assassination. so it's a very crowded field to answer. and provoke what am i to come out at a different time but the book was ready to go am a publisher wanted to go with it now. so i feel good about it coming out now. the thing about unity, he seems the interesting at all times. is one of these characters that is just such a compelling public official, public figure that he is hot now but i think from a year from now, i'm years been out there so many unanswered questions about his presidency, about his political grip that i think is always going to be a popular person to write about. >> we don't think about him as a senator ve
CSPAN
Dec 30, 2013 8:00pm EST
suspects. >> we will focus on the future of television this week. we talked with john skipper and president of the cox communication. that is followed by a research analyst interview. here is john skipper up first. >> what is the biggest competition for espn and in 5-10 years now what do you see as the biggest competition? >> there is a lot of competition and always have been. the leagues have their own networks. a lot of attention is playing because fox sports is going to have a new station and nbc launched one a year and a half ago. there are conference networks. turner, cbs and we have a lot of competition and mostly competition for programming right or talent for advertising dollars and eye balls as well. >> where does it go from here? >> oh, i think it will get more complicated and competitive. everybody understand that sports and live sports is the sweet spot of media and almost the only thing you have to watch live. and it might be social media sites doing tweeting about sports. other cable networks and everybody understands the rights are valuable. >> and espn available on all devi
CSPAN
Jan 5, 2014 6:15pm EST
clip of president john f. kennedy opening dulles airport. and after john foster dulles died, president eisenhower announced immediately that it would be named dulles airport. and soon afterward, john f. kennedy came into office and kennedy didn't like this idea at all. he was a crusty old cold warrior and kennedy wanted to present a different kind of an image. and so he let it be known that the airport was not going to be named dulles, but perhaps chantilly international, some talk that might be named after george marshall. but there was an immediate pushback. eisenhower and allen dulles, who is alive and come up with a lot of pressure on kennedy and finally he relented. and he agreed to name the airport after him. and in this video clip, you will see him giving a speech in and pulling aside a curtain and there is that giant bust of john foster dulles who stands in the center of the airport. and those of you who have been here, might ask yourselves what brought you back. well, i have asked myself that. and of course made a special trip during one of my travels in order to go look at th
Al Jazeera America
Jan 3, 2014 12:00pm EST
. a major winter storm slamming the united states. secretary of state john kerry trying to advance the middle east peace talks. plus the latest hurdle for the affordable care act. >>> it is now official the first winter storm of 2014 moving away from new york city but not after dumping several inches of snow in the big apple. the snow had its biggest impact in new england. there are reports of at least two feet of snow in massachusetts, and the storm stranding thousands of airline passengers. much of the east coast being crippled by the storm. erika pitzi is in new york where the roads are the major story, but we begin with john in boston. and the wind is making it feel like it is well below zero. >> you know, dell it is, and it has warmed up in just the last hour. the temperature was around 11 or 12 degrees, but the wind chill makes it feel below zero. let me show you around where we are. this is the finishing line pretty much of the boston marathon over there. so you can tell exactly where we are. and look at the place. there is hardly really anybody here. there is more traffic t
SFGTV
Jan 1, 2014 12:30am PST
. >> can we go to john in the meantime. >> hi, john. >> and can someone locate dwaib john's. >> could a i see if dwayne john's is he out in the lobby can you send him in important public comment. >> good afternoon madam president and madam vice president. i'm john cane a port attend for 12 years i know the south beach waterfront very, very well, we're located north of pier 38 pr along with the reds and job house we'll be the port restaurants closet to pier 38. very much in favor of the redevelopment of pier 38. more activity is also an transition on game days and on non-game days getting tenant in the building is great i recommend the t m j contractors they know how to do things. they help us with the dive permits. and i feel 38 they and t m j are the perfect developer for pier 38 >> dwayne jones and just one item. >> okay. thank you. all right. commissioners comments please. well, i would like to say that korean was right this was a hard decision we had two well qualified good proposals and so this was an extremely hard decision i'm glad we can choice someone that will put the de
CNN
Jan 2, 2014 10:00am PST
, i'm john berman, wolf blitzer is off today, hopefully somewhere warm. we begin with the first major snowstorm of the season. it is going to have a huge impact on about 100 million people, including all those holiday travelers. watches, warnings posted in 19 states from indiana all the way up to maine. with the storm reaching the east coast tonight, it's going slam head-on into another storm system, creating a powerful nor'easter with heavy snow, high winds, subzero windchills. we are tracking this storm from the cnn weather center. we have correspondents in all affected regions. i want to start with ted rowlands, outside chicago. this hit the midwest first, hundreds of flights grounded there. how bad are the travel conditions right now? >> reporter: well, they're horrible on the roads, as you can imagine. snowing steadily basically since new year's eve day for 2 1/2 days straight, trying to keep roads clear near impossible. they're pulling it off. mother nature putting it back in. then you mentioned flight cancellations and delays. o'hare hardest hit but that will change as we move
CNN
Jan 3, 2014 10:00am PST
, the effort to put more women in combat jobs. hello, i'm john berman. wolf blitzer is off today. we're going to start with heavy snow brutal winds and bone-chilling temperatures. a triple weather threat that's brought much of the northeast to its knees on one of the busiest holiday travel weeks of the year. it has been a monster nor'easter that's buried some towns under two feet of snow. fierce wind gusts are creating huge snow drifts and threaten to trigger flooding along the coast. and then there's dangerously cold temperatures. well below zero with the windchill in many places even without the windchill, it's really, really cold. we're covering this major story from all angles today. our correspondents are in boston, cape cod, new york, also out in new york's long island. one of the worst hit areas, of course, is boston. hit especially hard by the wind and the snow and the cold. margaret connly braving those mean streets. how bad is it this afternoon? >> john, some areas of massachusetts saw up to two feet of snow. we talked to the department of transportation this morning. they had 3,394
PBS
Dec 31, 2013 10:00pm PST
. and by the corporation for public broadcasting. major support for frontline is provided by the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation, committed to building a more just, verdant and peaceful world. more information is available at macfound.org. additional funding is provided by the park foundation, dedicated to heightening public awareness of critical issues. the wyncote foundation. and by the frontline journalism fund, supporting investigative reporting and enterprise journalism. additional funding for this program was provided by the arthur vining davis foundations. >> ( choir singing ) >> "the angel gabriel was sent from god to a city of galilee named..." >> narrator: every sunday, in every corner of the world... >> "...the virgin, betrothed to a man whose name..." >> narrator: ...people gather to hear a story. >> "...and the virgin's name was mary." >> narrator: for more than 2,000 years, that story has been told and retold. >> "...and to bear a son." >> narrator: along the way, each generation has found in its telling its own meaning and interpretation. >> "'...you shall call his name jesu
FOX Business
Jan 3, 2014 7:00pm EST
possible confrontation with government forces. the secretary of state, john kerry, engaging in a second session of diplomacy, advancing middle east peace talks. including prime minister benjamin netanyahu. this includes john mccain and john grasso who were also there. including skepticism about the largely secret deals in the peace agreement. >> support a legitimate peace process. we are also very concerned about some aspects are presented to us about the agreement as to whether or not they are truly enforceable where does not put the state of israel in jeopardy. lou: blasting the palestinian counterpart, accusing him have embracing them as heroes. and violence surging over the past year and launched a series of attacks and joining us now is a political analyst former clinton adviser doug schon. pulitzer prize winner and fox news contributor michael goodwin. and i have to say that as i am watching senator mccain, thinking of senator graham being there to help along secretary john kerry's position is somewhat ambiguous. it doesn't get much more more difficult to take than that. >> first
FOX Business
Jan 5, 2014 1:00am EST
. >> you're a lucky man, chuck. john, do you think that's the exception to the rule? >> yeah, look, before we start calling people liars, chuck, what if your granddad had to take a horse to a vet and the vet's health care was on some insuranceprogram for the united states and your premiums either doubled or tripled like happens in memphis, california, 900,000 people are losing their insurance, two-thirds of those are not eligible for subsidies. these are not anecdotal examples. >> my example is not anecdotal. >> your example is one person, so it is anecdotal by the definition. the health care tax itself on the insurance companies is going to raise health care costs 3.7% annually. this thing is not cheap. this thing is going to cost a lot. it's going to be paid for by tax dollars. >> okay, tracy, just as we start spending, just as small business gets ready to hir this kicks in, what's it mean? >> yeah, i think it's still the uncertainty. no one likes that word anymore, but it's still t unknown. we're still trying to figure it out. premiums are going up in 2014 and will continue to go up for
CNN
Jan 2, 2014 5:00pm PST
's going to be really severe tonight and as they wake up tomorrow and some places in massachusetts, john, there are counties reporting more than a foot of snow on the ground, john. >> it looks plenty unpleasant where you are, fred. it could be worse on the cape and much of new eng leland's co. they are getting blizzard warnings. how bad are they expecting things to be? >> bad for places like cape cod for instance. the big difference is first of all, the snowfall will be worse. the winds, of course, will be much higher, as well. what you have in this area, john, it sort of comes and goes. there are waves where you have really, really bad snow and high winds and there, the winds will be sustained and the snowfall will be more sustained, as well. more will come down in a more sustained manner and therefore, they will have bigger problem when they wake up in the morning with snow on the ground and difficult to come out of the driveways and one thing the state of massachusetts is saying, it is urging people to stock up on supplies to be able to make it through at least three days in case thin
FOX News
Jan 5, 2014 4:00pm PST
in a fight to capture that town. secretary of state john kerry said the u.s. stands with iraq and we will support them in stamping out a common enemy. but he promised no u.s. combat troops will be put in harm's way to do it. >> this is a fight that belongs to the iraqis. that is exactly what the president and the world decided, it was sometime ago, when we left iraq. so we are not contemplating returns or putting boots on the ground. >> but some observers see what is happening in iraq as a decline in american influence in the total middle east. john bolton blames the bush and obama administration for drawing down our presence in iraq too soon. >> there has been an unwillingness to face the harsh reality that the war on terror that we saw really begin most visibly for americans on september 11th, 2001 isn't a war we can turn off at our pleasure. i think we made a huge mistake in withdrawing from iraq, i think we're about to make another huge mistake in withdrawing from afghanistan. >> this is a story that has been unfolding all weekend long. peter doocy is live in washington with the
Al Jazeera America
Jan 3, 2014 2:00am EST
brings states to a standstill. john kerry in talks to brink israel and palestinians together. israel's prime minister expressing doubt that palestines are committed to peace. >> lebanon - a blast, in the city. >> and toronto's mayor, rob ford, says he's running again. >> welcome to al jazeera america. i'm stephanie sy. >> the first big winter storm of 2014 has arrived in full force. it's slamming the north-east with stiff winds and punishing cold. it's dumped near 2 feet of snow in parts of region. you are looking at a live shot of new york city. the wind is creating blustery conditions, but the bone-chilling wind is causing problems. in new england 2 feet of snow is on the ground, and there could be wind chills drop 25 below zero. john terrett is in boston. >> well, i'm standing in cockney square in the center of downtown boston. over my shoulder is the finish line for the boston marathon, so you know where we are. the snow is piling up behind me. snow ploughs are coming up and down all the time. the forecast is for driving snow, high blizzard conditions as two storms come together.
Al Jazeera America
Jan 3, 2014 11:00am EST
for you. a major snowstorm in the northeast bringing planes, trains and automobiles to a crawl. john kerry meeting with palestinian leaders with a bid for peace. and the obama administration with a challenge for the affordable care act. two third of the east coast being crippled by the first major snowstorm of the year. we want to show you right now this. the planes in the air at this hour over the united states. according to flight radar.com, nearly 2,000 flights in the u.s. have already been canceled. another 1,000 delayed today. the vast majority of them being in the northeast. erica is out on the streets of new york, but first we go to john carroll in boston where the windchill is below 0. john, what is the latest from boston is this >> reporter: hey, del, the latest from boston, the sun is starting to peek through the clouds, but it's very very cold. it's only two or three degrees here with the windchill at -15, -18, something like that. so it's very very cold. i think that the feeling in massachusetts, which is really in the eye of the storm here, rather dodged a bullet in the end. w
SFGTV
Dec 29, 2013 5:30pm PST
defibrillator last year's from that from john for the tenderloin station. action. thank you. we have captain make his way to the podium >> good evening champion cheri's. >> good evening, members of the plod and public. i'm the commanding officer of the police department. their here to make a request to accept an automatic matted defibrillator latter from john of the historic john's grill located in the tenderloin police district 63 ellis. john is very involved in the tenderloin and is the co-chair of the turned out police station community viruses board. the a e ds have an stems of 20 thousand if that p i could add to this there's cardiac arrests that occur if you can get an a u d to a victim you can certainly sustain that life coupled with the fire department can get there. more often is the katsz we're the first responder on scene before the fire department and obviously they're the processes that will get them to the hospital but if we have this excise we can save lives where we're trying to get 50 of those a u ds and get them into police cars. mr. constant condition is in the tenderloi
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